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F ig . 16. The atomic Fe/S vs. Cu/S for the
<b>Levack</b> <b>embayment</b> data set are s...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 16. The atomic Fe/S vs. Cu/S for the Levack embayment data set are shown at three different scales. (a). The locations of the main sulfide minerals (large open circles) and the compositional range of the Levack embayment sample population (small open circles). (b). An enlarged view
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F ig . 17. Atomic Ni&#x2F;S vs. Cu&#x2F;S for the
<b>Levack</b> <b>embayment</b> data set are shown...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 17. Atomic Ni/S vs. Cu/S for the Levack embayment data set are shown at three different scales. (a). The locations of the main sulfide minerals (large open circles), as well as the compositional range of the Levack embayment sample population (small open circles). (b). The unmixing line
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F ig . 18. Atomic Fe&#x2F;S vs. Ni&#x2F;S for the
<b>Levack</b> <b>embayment</b> data set are shown...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 18. Atomic Fe/S vs. Ni/S for the Levack embayment data set are shown at three different scales. (a). The locations of the main sulfide minerals (large open circles), as well as the compositional range of the Levack embayment sample population (small open circles). (b). The unmixing line
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F ig . 19. Atomic Fe&#x2F;Ni vs. Cu&#x2F;S for the
<b>Levack</b> <b>embayment</b> data set are show...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 19. Atomic Fe/Ni vs. Cu/S for the Levack embayment data set are shown at three different scales. (a). The compositional range of the Levack embayment sample population (small open circles) along with the locations of the main sulfide minerals (large open circles) which are plotted on the Cu
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F ig . 20. Atomic Ni&#x2F;Cu vs. S&#x2F;Cu for the
<b>Levack</b> <b>embayment</b> data set shown at...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 20. Atomic Ni/Cu vs. S/Cu for the Levack embayment data set shown at three different scales. (a). The full range of the data is fitted by a best fit line with a slope of 0.07 and a correlation coefficient 0.79. (b). In an enlargement, more than one trend is apparent within the Cu-poor
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F ig . 22. Sample distributions in the
<b>Levack</b> <b>embayment</b> (shaded gray) appea...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 22. Sample distributions in the Levack embayment (shaded gray) appear to be controlled by arcuate dilational fractures here shown schematically overlain on the same three perpendicular perspectives given in Figure 20a, b, and c . (c). These arcuate footwall fractures appear to be tangential
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F ig . 23. Spatial distributions in the
<b>Levack</b> <b>embayment</b> of the Cu-poor (P1...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 23. Spatial distributions in the Levack embayment of the Cu-poor (P1) and Cu-rich (P2) ore sample populations. Separation of the two populations appears to be primarily in a direction perpendicular to the 40° dip of the basal contact of the Sudbury Igneous Complex indicated by the set
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 November 2002
Economic Geology (2002) 97 (7): 1487–1508.
...F ig . 16. The atomic Fe/S vs. Cu/S for the Levack embayment data set are shown at three different scales. (a). The locations of the main sulfide minerals (large open circles) and the compositional range of the Levack embayment sample population (small open circles). (b). An enlarged view...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2008
Economic Geology (2008) 103 (5): 1005–1028.
... saline and relatively high temperature (400°–500°C) Sudbury Igneous Complex-related magmatic-hydrothermal fluids similar to those described from the Onaping-Levack embayment also occurred in the Wisner footwall. Although our studies do not rule out the possibility of an initial magmatic sulfide melt...
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F ig . 15. Atomic (Fe + Ni)/S vs. Cu/S for
all Inco Ltd. ore deposit sample...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 15. Atomic (Fe + Ni)/S vs. Cu/S for all Inco Ltd. ore deposit samples in the eastern part of the Levack embayment (trough), having (Fe + Ni + Cu + S) > 40 wt percent when averaged over core lengths of 5 ft (the Levack embayment data set), are shown collectively at three different scales
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F ig . 21. Three perpendicular perspectives
of the spatial distribution of ...
Published: 01 November 2002
F ig . 21. Three perpendicular perspectives of the spatial distribution of samples for the Levack embayment data set. (a). The distributions in plan view based on northing vs. easting values of samples from all elevations. (b). Sample distributions in terms of elevation vs. easting coordinates
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 November 2002
Economic Geology (2002) 97 (7): 1563–1576.
...James E. Mungall Abstract Massive sulfide in the contact sublayer in three different deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex is overlain by substantial thicknesses of norite-hosted disseminated sulfide mineralization with anomalous compositions. In the Trill embayment, the Levack trough (McCreedy...
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( a ) Rare earth element spider diagram and ( b ) trace element spider diag...
Published: 25 February 2020
Fig. 7. ( a ) Rare earth element spider diagram and ( b ) trace element spider diagram of Felsic Levack Gneiss from Windy Lake ( Péntek et al. 2011 ) in comparison to footwall gneiss and footwall monzodiorite from the Whistle embayment ( Lightfoot et al. 1997 b ). [Colour online.]
Journal Article
Published: 11 February 2014
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2014) 51 (5): 466–484.
... structure as the temperature decreased, followed by oxidation of the Fe and the formation of hematite. Sodium metasomatism is not restricted to the Whistle offset and was previously noted in footwall breccias of the Levack embayment by Hebil (1978) and Naldrett and Kullerud (1967) . Later, during...
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 December 2006
Economic Geology (2006) 101 (8): 1583–1594.
... Igneous Complex may conceal sublayer, footwall breccia, and embayment units that are traditionally the hosts of massive Ni-Cu sulfides and related platinum group element deposits. An example is provided by the Ministic offset dike located in the west of the Sudbury basin, which, as an intrusion derived...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2017
The Canadian Mineralogist (2017) 55 (5): 909–943.
... of recent investigations on geochemical and mineralogical variations in the Sudbury Breccia have been confined to the North and East Range of the Sudbury Basin (in particular the Coleman-Levack embayment). This is largely because the higher metamorphic grade in the South Range, which peaked at a lower...
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Surface map showing the location of the Barnet property and surrounding foo...
Published: 01 January 2009
: 1 = Longvack pits; 2 = Big Levack; 3 = Longvack South; 4 = Lower Coleman; 5 = Fraser copper zone 36 (formerly Strathcona copper zone 36). The arrow shows the surface projection of the plunge of the embayment.
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 January 2009
Economic Geology (2009) 104 (1): 113–125.
...: 1 = Longvack pits; 2 = Big Levack; 3 = Longvack South; 4 = Lower Coleman; 5 = Fraser copper zone 36 (formerly Strathcona copper zone 36). The arrow shows the surface projection of the plunge of the embayment. ...
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Journal Article
Published: 25 February 2020
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2020) 57 (11): 1324–1336.
...Fig. 7. ( a ) Rare earth element spider diagram and ( b ) trace element spider diagram of Felsic Levack Gneiss from Windy Lake ( Péntek et al. 2011 ) in comparison to footwall gneiss and footwall monzodiorite from the Whistle embayment ( Lightfoot et al. 1997 b ). [Colour online.] ...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 November 2002
Economic Geology (2002) 97 (7): 1509–1519.
... along the northern, western, and eastern margins of the Sudbury structure, where it occurs between the footwall Levack Gneiss Complex and the Sudbury Igneous Complex. It is discontinuous and irregular in form, varying in thickness between 0 and ca. 150 m (e.g., Coats and Snajdr, 1984 ; Lakomy, 1990...
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